BACKGROUND: Imaging techniques are used to identify local recurrence of prostate cancer (PCa) for salvage therapy and to exclude metastases that should be addressed with systemic therapy. For magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a reduction in the variability of acquisition, interpretation, and reporting is required to detect local PCa recurrence in men with biochemical relapse after local treatment with curative intent. OBJECTIVE: To propose a standardised method for image acquisition and assessment of PCa local recurrence using MRI after radiation therapy (RP) and radical prostatectomy (RT). EVIDENCE ACQUISITION: Prostate Imaging for Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR) was formulated using the existing literature. An international panel of experts conducted a nonsystematic review of the literature. The PI-RR system was created via consensus through a combination of face-to-face and online discussions. EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS: Similar to with PI-RADS, based on the best available evidence and expert opinion, the minimum acceptable MRI parameters for detection of recurrence after radiation therapy and radical prostatectomy are set. Also, a simplified and standardised terminology and content of the reports that use five assessment categories to summarise the suspicion of local recurrence (PI-RR) are designed. PI-RR scores of 1 and 2 are assigned to lesions with a very low and low likelihood of recurrence, respectively. PI-RR 3 is assigned if the presence of recurrence is uncertain. PI-RR 4 and 5 are assigned for a high and very high likelihood of recurrence, respectively. PI-RR is intended to be used in routine clinical practice and to facilitate data collection and outcome monitoring for research. CONCLUSIONS: This paper provides a structured reporting system (PI-RR) for MRI evaluation of local recurrence of PCa after RT and RP. PATIENT SUMMARY: A new method called PI-RR was developed to promote standardisation and reduce variations in the acquisition, interpretation, and reporting of magnetic resonance imaging for evaluating local recurrence of prostate cancer and guiding therapy.

Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Local Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR): international consensus -based guidelines on multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging for prostate cancer recurrence after radiation therapy and radical prostatectomy / Panebianco, Valeria; Villeirs, Geert; Weinreb, Jeffrey C; Turkbey, Baris I; Margolis, Daniel J; Richenberg, Jonathan; Schoots, Ivo G; Moore, Caroline M; Futterer, Jurgen; Macura, Katarzyna J; Oto, Aytekin; Bittencourt, Leonardo K; Haider, Masoom A; Salomon, Georg; Tempany, Clare M; Padhani, Anwar R; Barentsz, Jelle O. - In: EUROPEAN UROLOGY ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 2588-9311. - (2021). [10.1016/j.euo.2021.01.003]

Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Local Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR): international consensus -based guidelines on multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging for prostate cancer recurrence after radiation therapy and radical prostatectomy

Panebianco, Valeria
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2021

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BACKGROUND: Imaging techniques are used to identify local recurrence of prostate cancer (PCa) for salvage therapy and to exclude metastases that should be addressed with systemic therapy. For magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a reduction in the variability of acquisition, interpretation, and reporting is required to detect local PCa recurrence in men with biochemical relapse after local treatment with curative intent. OBJECTIVE: To propose a standardised method for image acquisition and assessment of PCa local recurrence using MRI after radiation therapy (RP) and radical prostatectomy (RT). EVIDENCE ACQUISITION: Prostate Imaging for Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR) was formulated using the existing literature. An international panel of experts conducted a nonsystematic review of the literature. The PI-RR system was created via consensus through a combination of face-to-face and online discussions. EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS: Similar to with PI-RADS, based on the best available evidence and expert opinion, the minimum acceptable MRI parameters for detection of recurrence after radiation therapy and radical prostatectomy are set. Also, a simplified and standardised terminology and content of the reports that use five assessment categories to summarise the suspicion of local recurrence (PI-RR) are designed. PI-RR scores of 1 and 2 are assigned to lesions with a very low and low likelihood of recurrence, respectively. PI-RR 3 is assigned if the presence of recurrence is uncertain. PI-RR 4 and 5 are assigned for a high and very high likelihood of recurrence, respectively. PI-RR is intended to be used in routine clinical practice and to facilitate data collection and outcome monitoring for research. CONCLUSIONS: This paper provides a structured reporting system (PI-RR) for MRI evaluation of local recurrence of PCa after RT and RP. PATIENT SUMMARY: A new method called PI-RR was developed to promote standardisation and reduce variations in the acquisition, interpretation, and reporting of magnetic resonance imaging for evaluating local recurrence of prostate cancer and guiding therapy.
2021
magnetic resonance imaging; Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR); prostate cancer recurrence
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Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Local Recurrence Reporting (PI-RR): international consensus -based guidelines on multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging for prostate cancer recurrence after radiation therapy and radical prostatectomy / Panebianco, Valeria; Villeirs, Geert; Weinreb, Jeffrey C; Turkbey, Baris I; Margolis, Daniel J; Richenberg, Jonathan; Schoots, Ivo G; Moore, Caroline M; Futterer, Jurgen; Macura, Katarzyna J; Oto, Aytekin; Bittencourt, Leonardo K; Haider, Masoom A; Salomon, Georg; Tempany, Clare M; Padhani, Anwar R; Barentsz, Jelle O. - In: EUROPEAN UROLOGY ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 2588-9311. - (2021). [10.1016/j.euo.2021.01.003]
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